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Consumers are choosing decreasing debt over putting away savings as their No. 1 priority for the new year, according to an online poll by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.
In the New Year, consumers have said decreasing debt is their number one priority with savings taking a back seat, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling reported Monday in its monthly online survey of 6,100 individuals.